Mozo director Kirsty Lamont says the government’s credit card crackdown doesn’t go far enough to address Australia’s spiralling debt problem.
Single mum Sherry asks Paul Clitheroe if she should salary sacrifice for her daughter’s super, or buying another investment property.
We’ve heard Treasurer Scott Morrison promise “better days ahead” for Australia. Now it’s time to find out just who are the winners and losers of the 2017 Federal Budget.
A new credit card could help you clear your debt faster and save you thousands of dollars in interest.
Debt is not necessarily a bad thing – it is the type of debt that matters. And what is really sad is that our modern “have it now” society is driving the worst form of debt, writes Paul Clitheroe.
Some people may look and feel wealthy but they aren’t looking at their net worth. That is when money trouble happens.
What do you wish you could tell your 18-year-old self about money? Would you warn yourself off credit cards, start topping up your super, or get saving?
The memories of Christmas might be fading but many Aussies will still be paying off the credit card six months after the festive season.